Academic Articles

2020 “Academic Freedom of the Future.” American Ethnologist Post-Covid Fantasies, 19 October.

2020 “The False Hope of International Law in Palestine.” Anthropological Theory Commons, 16 October.

2018 “What’s in a Link? Transnational Solidarities across Palestine and their Intersectional Possibilities.” The South Atlantic Quarterly 117(1): 111-133.

2017 “Finding ‘Indigenous Critique’ in the Archives: A Reply to Didier Fassin’s ‘The Endurance of Critique.’” Anthropological Theory 17(2): 265-273.

2017 “Determining Emotions and the Burden of Proof in Investigative Commissions to Palestine.” Comparative Studies in Society and History 59(2): 385-414.

2016 “Sincerity, Hypocrisy, and Conspiracy Theory in the Occupied Palestinian Territory.” International Journal of Middle East Studies 48(4): 701-720.

2016 “Studying Human Rights in the Middle East: Lingua Franca of Global Politics or Forked Tongue of Donors?” International Journal of Middle East Studies, Roundtable on Human Rights and Humanitarianism 48(2): 357-361.

2013 “Commentary on ‘Anthropology’s Ethical Dilemmas: Reflections from the Maoist Fields of India’ By George J. Kunnath.” Current Anthropology 54(6): 747-8.

2012 “The Scales of Occupation: ‘Operation Cast Lead’ and the Targeting of the Gaza Strip.” Critique of Anthropology 32(3): 261-284.

2012 “Editorial: Gender and Conflict,” with Laura Shepherd. Feminist Review 101: 1-4. Special Issue Co-editor.

2009 “Martyr Bodies in the Media: Human Rights, Aesthetics, and the Politics of Immediation in the Palestinian Intifada.” American Ethnologist 36(1): 161-180.

2009 “Mothers of Martyrs and Suicide Bombers: The Gender of Ethical Discourse in the Second Palestinian Intifada.” Arab Studies Journal 17(1): 32-61.

2008 “Getting By the Occupation: How Violence became Normal during the Second Palestinian Intifada.” Cultural Anthropology 23(3): 453-487.

2006 “The Polyvalent Politics of Martyr Commemorations in the Palestinian Intifada.” History and Memory 18(2): 107-113.

 

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